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Slope of Hope is Tim Knight's award-winning site where active traders create charts, get trading ideas, and share knowledge.
No matter what you trade, you're going to improve your skills here, as countless others have since 2005.
Slope has been deemed by Investopedia as one of the "top technical analysis" websites around.
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Since early 2005, Slope has been the go-to place for tens of thousands of articles about technical analysis, trading psychology, and ideas for both long and short positions. Stay on top of market events and new ideas from fellow traders around the world.Read Posts
Charts are a critical part of investing life. There are many charts available online, but none of them are like SlopeCharts, the brainchild of Slope founder, Tim Knight. SlopeCharts, which is available free of charge, embraces several core values: (1) Ease of Use: Using SlopeCharts is intuitive, simple, and a breeze to learn (2) Organized: There is no charting product in the world that comes close in watch list management, which is how you keep your trading world in good order (3) Patterns-Focused: History tends to repeat itself.Make Chart
About Tim Knight
An active trader since 1987, Tim founded Prophet.net, which was honored multiple times by both Forbes and Barron’s as the best technical analysis site on the web. Prophet was acquired by Ameritrade in 2005, which is when Tim began his new creation, the Slope of Hope. The author of dozens of books about technology and stocks, and most recently the creator of SlopeCharts, Tim continues to write for Slope every day of the year.